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Our 3 hand-picked Charities for Charity Encore 2012

‹ FoodFight ›

FoodFight

The Mission

Using schools as a platform, our goal is to revolutionize the way teens think about food and its impact on their lives.

  • Program is based on teacher health and wellness programming for inner-city schools.
  • Over 400 lbs of vegetables produced at one high school alone.
Quick Facts
Voting for FoodFight will help fight childhood obesity by providing food education to inner-city children.
– The CharitySub Team

Children don’t create bad eating habits themselves, they learn them from the adults in their lives. With this in mind, FoodFight has created a unique food-education curriculum that educates teachers on healthy eating, as well as educating children on how to analyze food labels, differentiate portion sizes and ultimately make healthy choices.

Since FoodFight was last featured, they’ve expanded their curriculum into schools in Los Angeles, Colorado, Texas, Boston and the NY Tri-State area. As they continue to work with schools to prioritize time for healthy-eating education, a vote from you will help them continue their mission to end Childhood Obesity.


FoodFight
info@foodfight.org
917-628-8277
285 Riverside Drive, Ste. 15C
New York, Ny 10025

Let’s celebrate charity encore 2012 together.

Apple Arts

Art Education in Shelters
Apple Arts

Apple Arts works to bring art to homeless children in New York City to help raise their self-esteem and confidence. Their art education programs inside of city homeless shelters provide an environment where children can learn to express themselves creatively.

FoodFight

Food Education for Teachers & Teens
FoodFight

FoodFight believes that educating the educators will help reverse childhood obesity. By bringing holistic nutrition education to both student and teacher, healthy choices trickle from the classroom into the lives of students’ families.

WhyHunger

Hunger Hotline & Fundraising
WhyHunger

With over 35 years of experience, supporting local and global solutions to the hunger problem and programs like The National Hunger Hotline, WhyHunger hopes to end the root causes of hunger. WhyHunger works with more than 8,000 community-based groups across the US and the world to fight hunger and poverty.